I’ve always wanted to do better in school. From eating nuts while studying to munching chocolate bars during exams just to have good resul...

Feng Shui Tips

Sunday, August 15, 2010 maishee 2 Comments



I’ve always wanted to do better in school. From eating nuts while studying to munching chocolate bars during exams just to have good results. But the best way to top my exams is by studying my lessons well. So to help myself shine in class, I followed this Feng Shui tips that might work their magic:
1.      The direction of wisdom and learning is in the northeast. Feng Shui says that it’s best if you locate your room in the Northeast.
2.      The desk should be placed/positioned in a way that you can see the door and wide space in front of you. Avoid having yourself face a wall when studying because the wall represents a barrier or obstacle.
3.      It’s better to arrange the furniture 3 to 5 feet away from your body so that computer monitors, stereos and other electronic devices won’t expose harsh electromagnetic frequencies energies to you.
4.      Good energy naturally flows through rooms, but when it encounters clutter, it gets “stuck”.  Stuck energy results to lack of motivation. To avoid this, you should de-clutter the room.
5.      I’ve always been a couch potato since birth. Watching TV the whole day during holidays has been my way of relaxation from stress. If you see yourself in me, then I guess you really have to remove the TV from your room. Not only will it distract you from your studies, its harmful frequencies or radiation also affect you by making you feel less focused.
6.      Who would have thought that shells and fish are positive symbols in Feng Shui. Shells and fish symbolize learning while Con shells and Koi (gold fish) are excellent symbols of educational success. Time for you to move the aquarium to your study room, or hang a picture of koi or shells  in the Northern corner of the room.
7.      Feng Shui treats the South as the recognition area. So place an achievement area on the southern wall of the room.

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